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Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)

No matter where you are in your educational journey — or where you’re going — the benefits of Phi Theta Kappa membership can help you achieve more. Mid launched a PTK chapter in 1989 — one of nearly 1,300 PTK chapters worldwide. Over the past 31 years, Mid’s Alpha Omicron Omicron chapter has earned and maintained the highest level of achievement — a 5 Star Chapter.

Becoming a PTK Member

If you meet eligibility requirements you'll receive an invitation in your MidMich Email.

  • Visit, click JOIN, and enter your MidMich Email.


  • Must have completed twelve (12) or more credit hours.
  • Must have a GPA of 3.5 or greater to join.
  • Must maintain a GPA of 3.40 or greater.


Contact Mid's PTK Advisor Tammy Alvaro at (989) 386-6634 or

Fall 2019 Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony

Save The Date
  • Sunday, November 10 | 1:30pm
  • Mt. Pleasant Campus | Community Room
  • Light refreshments will be served.
  • Join Us! Welcome 2019 Inductees and connect with fellow PTK members.

No RSVP is required. Questions? Contact Tammy Alvaro at or (989) 386-6634.

Phi Theta Kappa is...

  • a community for high-achieving students.
  • recognition of your academic success.
  • opportunities for personal and professional growth.
  • respected by college officials and potential employers.

Benefits of PTK Membership

Learn about all PTK Membership Benefits and hear from members!


  • Scholarships to help you reach your goal
  • Access to over $37 million in scholarships

Job Skills

  • Ability to build a list of references
  • Leadership experiences for your resume


  • Membership pin and certificate
  • Honors recognition events


  • Tutoring and mentoring opportunities
  • Friendships that last a lifetime
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